Hands on Sexology and Psychotherapy Dominique Beaufort

Hands on Sexology and Psychotherapy Dominique Beaufort

« It’s really time to rekindle the stars… »
Guillaume Appolinaire

 

The consultation

The first part of the consultation consists in creating a climate of openness, simplicity and confidence to allow my client to freely express his/her difficulties.

At the end of the session, the goals for the next appointment are mutually defined and agreed.

The final appointment is dedicated to an evaluation of the outcome of the therapy.

The duration of the therapy depends on the challenges faced, the frequency of the sessions and a client’s motivation.

Sometimes one appointment is sufficient to put things back into perspective, by simply being able to express one’s emotions and feelings about sexuality.

« A practical human approach without any taboo’s… »

The consultation in sexology is not based on a clinical examination. Rather through a process of spontaneous dialogue concerning a wide range of difficulties on various subjects which may include:

  • Erectile dysfunction (obtain or maintain)
  • Ejaculation disorders (premature, delayed, anejaculation)
  • Difficulty reaching orgasm or anorgasmy
  • Sexual desire disorders
  • Painful sexual intercourse
  • Sexual dysfunctions during the menopause
  • Sexuality for older people
  • Sexuality for physically and mentally disabled people

« The first and greatest victory is to conquer yourself… » Plato

The scope of Sexology also tackles all the difficulties related to sexo-emotional issues which may include :

  • Lack of confidence or self-esteem
  • Emotional and affective dependence
  • Difficulty in feeling comfortable with intimacy
  • Jealousy
  • Sexual and relational exclusivity or non-exclusivity
  • Body image disorders that affect the sexual life (weight issues, physical complexes,…)
  • Difficulty in establishing a relationship with a person of the opposite sex
  • Difficulty in seducing
  • Fear and guilt
  • Inhibitions, discomfort and taboos
  • Negative sexual experiences
  • Lack of sexual knowledge
  • Establishment of habits and routine, lack of seduction
  • Difficulty in loving or being loved
  • The delicate matter of sexual abuse